This well presented barn conversion situated in the quiet hamlet of Lllanddewi Skrrid near Abergavenny in Monmouthshire close to the Wales-England border has been given a 5 tick rating by Sykes Cottages and offers outstanding value for money for such a spacious cottage than can potentially accommodate four guests. Although there are only one bedroom and bathroom at The Byre, you’ll also find a high quality, double sofa bed in the open plan living area. This space also features the kitchen and dining area.
The Byre as mentioned is a barn-conversion and is situated within the grounds of the owner’s livestock farm. The characteristic cottage features a stone exterior and still contains the original beams within the main living area. This is a well equipped holiday home with WiFi internet, a TV, a full set of kitchen appliances and all linen and towels provided. There’s also a cot making this cottage ideal for small families.
Llanddewi Skirrid is a tiny hamlet, yet is home to the unpretentious, Michelin starred restaurant The Walnut Tree. The Skirrid is derived from the name of the nearby Skirrid Mountain. The borders of the Brecon Beacons National Park are within walking distance. You’ll be spoilt for choice with places to walk to with a host of mountains, countryside trails and the market town of Abergavenny which is just 5 kilometres away.